Happy 2014 my friends – it feels good to be back.
I feel renewed and ready to face a new year.
How about you?
I thought I would start off 2014 with a look back on last year and our top DIY projects of 2013.
It was a such a great year and one of the things I love the most is what I have learned and the relationships and friendships I have formed. I was lucky enough to work with some amazing brands and companies and I am blessed to call many fellow bloggers friends.
I have always said that as a blogger Sudoku is not necessary – you know to keep challenging your mind. Blogging takes care of that all by itself.
I thought I would share a mixture today of some of your favorite posts – and one or two of mine.
This post cracks me up. It is by far the most popular post I have ever written – by a lot. I wrote it about 2 months into blogging and it is terribly written, the photos are small and bad – but I guess the idea works. It is a lesson to me – yes, pretty pictures matter, well written posts matter – but in the end, readers just want good ideas.
Born of a real need not to use all of my friend’s vintage ornaments, I came up with a way to make new ornaments look vintage.